Tenure track position in Algebra or Algebraic Number TheoryThe Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Université Laval invites applications for a tenure track position in Algebra (including Algebraic Number Theory and Lie Theory). The appointment will normally be at the assistant professor level, with a start date in Summer 2014.
About Université Laval
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics (DMS) is part of the Faculty of Science and Engineering of Université Laval, one of the leading research universities in Canada. The DMS provides an excellent environment for research and teaching. It offers courses (taught in French) to students in our specialized programs in Mathematics and Statistics (Bachelor, Masters and PhD), as well as courses to students in engineering, education, etc.
Université Laval is located in beautiful Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the capital of the province of Quebec. With over 40,000 students, the university is a stimulating working environment, at the heart of a metropolitan area of 750,000 inhabitants.
The successful candidate will be expected to
Applications must include a CV, three letters of reference, an outline of research plans for the next three years (3 pages maximum), a teaching philosophy statement (2 pages maximum), and up to two recent articles (preprints or off-prints). The candidate should clearly indicate his/her level of French proficiency or his/her willingness to become proficient within one year.
The preferred application format is through Mathjobs (https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/4777), though applications may also be submitted by e-mail (in pdf) to PosteMath@mat.ulaval.ca or by regular mail to
Frédéric Gourdeau, directeur
Département de mathématiques et de statistique
1045, av. de la Médecine
Canada G1V 0A6
Applications must be received by October 30, 2013.
For more information, please contact the department chair, Frederic.Gourdeau@mat.ulaval.ca.
As an employer committed to diversity in the workplace, Université Laval encourages all qualified individuals to apply – particularly women, visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities – but priority will be given to Canadians and Canadian permanent residents. Salary is determined by the collective agreement.